Lizabeth Allison studies nuclear transport, but her work has nothing to do with nuclear energy.
William & Mary's interdisciplinary environmental program is expanding, thanks to a new post-doctoral fellowship program.
William & Mary's Susan Donaldson spearheads important scholarship on the dark days of lynching...and their present-day echoes.
Eminent musicologist Kitty Preston will use her National Humanities fellowship to finish her book on women managers in 19th Century opera.
A group of students journey to Spain to trace the twisted threads of the legacy of that country's tragic civil war.
These shifty, stilt-legged shorebirds continue to surprise even seasoned scientists.
From its base in the power center of Washington, D.C., the Global Environmental Governance Project engages the tough problems surrounding international environmental institutions and laws.
William & Mary's landmark lake is full of history, even below the waterline.
William & Mary's School of Education has received a federal grant to study high-risk drinking and behavior among college students.
Christopher Gareis, associate dean for teacher education & professional services at William & Mary's School of Education, received the Virginia Educational Research Association's Charles Clear Research Award recently.
Linda Malone, the Marshall-Wythe Foundation Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School, has been awarded the Distinguished Fulbright Chair in International Environmental Law for 2009-2010.
Our Murray Scholars, under the leadership of Dan Cristol, each year take a trip to the farm of the program's benefactors.
As interns for the Committee on Sustainability (COS), Tyler Koontz '09 and Judi Sclafani '11 spent their summer months researching William & Mary’s recycling and waste services. Thanks to that work—and a recommendation by the students-the College will now save $40,000 annually.
The Schroeder Center for Health Policy at the College of William & Mary has started the 2009-2010 academic year with a new name and a new director.
Researchers at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) have created an interactive map that allows web users to see the coverage of underwater grasses in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
Andy Allen '11 is preparing to relish everything the old world has to offer. As the first recipient of the Timothy J. Sullivan Scholarship, he will spend the fall semester of his junior year at the University of Nottingham in England.
Tracy L. Cross started the fall 2009 semester with a new job and the surprise of a lifetime.
William & Mary Law School Dean Davison Douglas presented the 2009-2010 St. George Tucker Adjunct Professorship to Neal J. Robinson during a luncheon at the Alumni House on August 28, 2009. The professorship, created in 1995, is given each year to a member of the Law School's adjunct faculty for outstanding teaching.
Sebastian Brock '11 puts the Bassalope through its paces.
Members of the Virginia House of Delegates' Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resource Committee visited the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in August to talk with researchers about issues facing the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed.
Sophia Serghi's fingers hurtle from one piano key to the next, dashing to form sounds both strident and soothing.
William & Mary assistant professor of government Rani Mullen served as an international observer for Afghanistan's most recent election-a presidential contest held in late August.
A number of researchers converge on a way to take algae and make it into fuel on an industrial scale.
Salvatore Saporito is creating a gold mine of data that can be mined by researchers for studies on everything from obesity rates among children to the impact of school quality on housing prices.